Mary Reed

Assistant Vice President of Public Health

Mary is the Assistant Vice President of Public Health for Granite United Way. She provides leadership, guidance and supervision for the Capital Area Public Health Network, the Carroll County Coalition for Public Health and the South Central Public Health Network. Mary also leads the public health emergency preparedness efforts in the Capital Area. Mary has significant experience in the field of public health preparedness and emergency services and has been with Granite United Way since September 2013. Mary has been involved with the Capital Area Public Health Network since 2006 and has strong connections in the region. Mary is an excellent problem-solver and dedicated public health professional. Mary oversees the public health preparedness subcommittee and assists with the initiatives of the Public Health Advisory Council (PHAC). Mary can be reached by email at mary@capitalareaphn.org or by phone at (603) 224-2595 x232.

Annika Stanley-Smith, BS, CPS

Director of Substance Misuse Prevention

Anni Stanley-Smith is a graduate of Southern New Hampshire University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Organizational Psychology. Anni works as the Director of Substance Misuse Prevention for the Capital Area Public Health Network. She has been an employee of Granite United Way since 2011. She has experience in volunteer management, event planning, networking, public speaking and action planning. Anni received her Certified Prevention Specialist (CPS) credential in May 2016. Anni can be reached by email at annika.stanley-smith@graniteuw.org or by phone at (603) 224-2595 x224.

Stacey Elliott, RN

Director of Public Health Emergency Preparedness & Response

Stacey Elliott is the Director of Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response for the Capital Area Public Health Network and has been with Granite United Way since June 2014. Stacey works with the Vice President of Public Health to implement the Public Health Emergency Preparedness and Response scope of work for the Network. She also oversees the recruitment and management of volunteers for the Capital Area Citizen Corps and also assists with Suicide Prevention and Substance Misuse Prevention strategies. Stacey is a Registered Nurse and is a certified trainer in the CONNECT Suicide Prevention and Postvention Program. Stacey sits on several statewide and regional committees, including the NH Youth Suicide Prevention Assembly, NH Suicide Prevention Public Policy sub-committee and the NH Suicide Prevention Survivors of Suicide Loss committee. Stacey can be reached by email at stacey@capitalareaphn.org or by phone at (603) 224-2595 x222.